FOI Stats - Follow up to MGLA220211-1825

Andrew Scott made this Freedom of Information request to Greater London Authority

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Andrew Scott

Dear Greater London Authority,

Thanks again for your response to my previous request on FOI stats. I'm sorry to do this, but your response has raised a few further questions which I'd like to follow up on.

I'm interested to know:

1. for each month in 2007-10 how many times deadlines were extended to consider the public interest.
2. how many times in each month requests were fully refused.
3. which exemptions were used in each month.

If it would be easier, please do send me your FOI log for 2007-10 so that I can carry out this analysis myself - I don't want to cause any more extra work than necessary.

Many thanks again for your time on this - it really is appreciated.

Yours faithfully,

Andrew Scott

Greater London Authority

From: [FOI #64129 email]
To: [Greater London Authority request email]
Subject: Freedom of Information request - FOI Stats - Follow up to
MGLA220211-1825

The Mayor would like to thank you for your interest in his work and he is
keen to answer your query as quickly and fully as possible. As you will
appreciate, he receives a very large amount of correspondence but he is
committed to responding to your query within 20 working days.

However, the Greater London Authority (GLA) will only respond to queries
that relate to its work and will refer relevant queries to the appropriate
functional body for them to reply. Transport related queries will be
referred to Transport for London (TfL).

Please note that the GLA does not accept unsolicited job applications or
CVs. Information on current vacancies is available on our website at:
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Thank you for taking the time to write to the Mayor of London, Boris
Johnson.

Yours truly

Public Liaison Unit

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Dear Mr Scott,

Thank you for your further email dated 3 March 2011.

Our response to your request is as follows:

1. for each month in 2007-10 how many times deadlines were extended to
consider the public interest.

2. how many times in each month requests were fully refused.

3. which exemptions were used in each month.

If it would be easier, please do send me your FOI log for 2007-10 so that
I can carry out this analysis myself - I don't want to cause any more
extra work than necessary.

Please find attached a copy of our FoI response log. Please note that not
all information is captured in some of the earlier 2007 entries. Cases
with extended deadlines are denoted as N*.

If you have any further questions relating to this matter, please contact
me, ensuring that you quote the reference at the top of this letter.

Yours sincerely

Paul Robinson
Information Governance Officer

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Andrew Scott

Dear Paul,

Thank you very much for this - really appreciate it.

Yours sincerely,

Andrew Scott

Greater London Authority

From: [FOI #64129 email]
To: [Greater London Authority request email]
Subject: RE: MGLA070311-2665 Freedom of Information request - FOI
Stats - Follow up to MGLA220211-1825

The Mayor would like to thank you for your interest in his work and he is
keen to answer your query as quickly and fully as possible. As you will
appreciate, he receives a very large amount of correspondence but he is
committed to responding to your query within 20 working days.

However, the Greater London Authority (GLA) will only respond to queries
that relate to its work and will refer relevant queries to the appropriate
functional body for them to reply. Transport related queries will be
referred to Transport for London (TfL).

Please note that the GLA does not accept unsolicited job applications or
CVs. Information on current vacancies is available on our website at:
[1]http://www.london.gov.uk/jobs

Thank you for taking the time to write to the Mayor of London, Boris
Johnson.

Yours truly

Public Liaison Unit

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1. http://www.london.gov.uk/jobs

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